translated from Spanish: China requires Canada to halt extradition of Huawei policy

China formally demanded the Canadian Government that slow down the extradition to United States of Meng Wanzhou, financial Director of the multinational telecommunications Huawei china, a process that was authorized this Friday (01.03.2019) by the Government of the pa is American.
“Abuse by the United States and Canada of their rules of extradition is a serious violation of the legitimate rights of a Chinese citizen,” said the spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China, Lu Kang. “This is a serious political event. Once again we urge United States to immediately withdraw the arrest warrant and extradition request”, said Lu, who demanded that both parties immediately release Meng and leave it to”return to China in a safe manner”.
Meng, daughter of the founder of Huawei, was arrested on December 1 in the Canadian city of Vancouver on his way to Mexico. In January, the United States Department of Justice accused Huawei, two companies affiliated and Meng of thirteen charges of fraud and conspiracy to bypass sanctions imposed by Washington to Iran.
The Board of the technology giant is currently on bail and is forbidden to leave his mansion in Vancouver. On March 6 it must appear before the Supreme Court of the province of British Columbia to begin the extradition process.
This Court decision threatens to exacerbate the severe diplomatic crisis triggered between Canada and China already that, following the arrest of Meng, last December Chinese arrested two Canadian diplomat Michael Kovrig, businessman Michael Spavor, under the china charges of endangering national security, both are still caught in the Asian country.

Original source in Spanish

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